Imagine, going to high school and college at the same time.

You’d get your diploma, a jump start on a degree or career, and save money too.

Stop dreaming and start college now with Madison College.

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Two paths … infinite possibilities.

Take classes in your high school or at Madison College.

Take college classes with your high school teacher

Dual Credit takes you twice as far because these classes count toward your high school diploma and your college degree.

Find out what’s offered at your school.

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Save $$$
Talk to your high school counsler to find out how dual credit classes save you money.
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Real College Experience
Taking classes on campus or online, you’re a part of the Madison College community.

Take classes with
Madison College instructors

Start a program – or even finish one – while in high school. You’re at work or on to a university that much quicker.

Join an Early College Academy

Finish up to two years of college while earning your high school diploma.

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Youth Apprenticeships

A hands-on career in the trades requires classroom time, too. We’ll help you get it.

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Early College News

Columbus High School graduates who earned medallions
Madison College awards special medallion to nearly 400 high school graduates
Approximately 400 graduating seniors received the medallion for completing 12 or more college credits or earning a credential prior to high school graduation.
Local 311 fire fighters present students and staff with $10,000 check
NextGen Student Fund receives $10,000 from local fire fighter union
As part of ceremony, eight students, all former NextGen Responders Academy, received $1,000 scholarships
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Training the Next Generation of Firefighters and EMRs
With growing need for firefighters and EMRs, the NextGen Responders Academy answers the call. Motivated high school students can enroll in this program and learn the critical skills to become Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) and Fire Technicians.